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Dinosaurs At Large, an interactive whole-school experience, delivers world-class performances that are educationally sound and scientifically correct. Our program is designed to link the presentation and the students work and studies to a central learning experience. With a theme that focuses on environmental awareness, climate change, global warming, extinction, and sustainability, we ensure that we provide a rich educational experience that extends beyond the students participation in the performance.

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Tiny Feathered Dinosaur Found

The tiny beast, known as Eosinopteryx brevipenna, located in northeastern China indicates it had been slightly less than a foot long (30 centimeters) and had a short snout and a ...

An Asteroid Killed the Dinosaurs: New Evidence

The most latest and most well known mass extermination is the one which ended the historic period of the dinosaurs, the main suspect behind this particular catastrophe is a cosmic ...

Newly Found Dino Had Chicken-Sized Young

A newly discovered dinosaur, Yulong mini, was appropriately named, as the remains of its chicken-sized offspring are now amongst the tiniest dinosaurs ever found. These non-flying dinosaurs was similar to ...

Research at Mines Unearths New Dinosaur Species

Scientific studies provides the first conclusive proof that plant-eating baby ornithopod dinosaurs were a food of choice for the crocodyliform, a crocodile family member, First fossil evidence shows small crocs ...

Early Dinosaur Embryos Found in China

A location in China covers 190-million-year old organic remains from non-avian dinosaurs and dinosaur embryos, and some of the world’s oldest recognized eggshells, The bones proved very rapid growth, doubling ...

Fish-Eating Dino Hunted Like a House Cat

A 120-million-year-old dinosaur has already been discovered with a stomach full of fish, Its teeth were absolutely designed for killing and eating fish, Each fish mealtime would have been like ...

Heavier Dino Arms Led Evolution to Birds

Numerous dinosaurs, like T. rex, had tiny arms, but paleontologists have came across that as dinosaurs progressively evolved bigger arms, they began to stand and move more like birds. Profile ...

Dinosaur Lineage Traced to Africa

“Nyasasaurus is either the oldest known or the closest known relative of dinosaurs, The cause of the great die-off remains a mystery, with intense volcanic activity, a meteorite strike and ...

Mammoth Skeleton Unearthed in Mexico City

An old mammoth skeleton, believed to be more than 10,000 years old, is exhibited after being discovered in Mexico City.  Excavators think the mammal weighed 10 tonnes and stood at ...

Tiny Baby Dinosaur Discovered in China

Bones of a baby dinosaur which represents a new species of coelurosaur, a group of theropods that includes historical beasts like T. rex. Named Aorun zhaoi after a character in ...

New Dinosaur is a Primitive Bird

(CNN) – A dinosaur from the Middle-Late Jurassic period, found in China, called Aurornis xui. “Aurora” is Latin for “daybreak” or “dawn.” Ornis is Greek for “bird.” The dinosaur lived about 150 ...

A Real Bonehead: Dome-Skulled Dino Discovered

Just recently discovered dome-headed, dog-size dinosaur indicates that small dinos occurred to be more diverse in comparison to paleontologists have realized. The dinosaur, discovered in Alberta, Canada, is named Acrotholus ...

Dinosaurs ‘Crawled Like Toddlers’

Palaeontologists from Beijing, Bristol and Bonn discovered the distinctions in arm or leg growth through a combination of biomechanical research and bone histology.  known as the ‘parrot dinosaur’ – lived ...

T. Rex was Ferocious Predator, Not Scavenger

Despite the fact that T. rex has been described as the most fatal dino predator, the actual case for predation wasn’t ideal, quite a few paleontologists proposed that T. rex ...

Dino with Huge Nose and Horns Unearthed in Utah

About dinosaur, Nasuceratops titusi, aka “larger Nosed Horned Faced,” assessed approximately 15ft  legs longer moreover weighed about 2.75 tons was unearthed the very first time in the isolated badlands concerning ...

Huge Dinosaur Tail Discovered in Mexico

The well-preserved tail calculates up to 16 feet (5 meters) long, includes 50 vertebrate. Hidden within sedimentary rock in the desert region of Coahulia, this is the first intact dinosaur ...

Tiny Feathered Dinosaur Found

Remains of the tiny beast, dubbed Eosinopteryx brevipenna, found in northeastern China suggest it was slightly less than a foot long (30 centimeters) and had a short snout and a ...

An Asteroid Killed the Dinosaurs: New Evidence

The most recent and most familiar mass extinction is the one that finished the reign of the dinosaurs, the main suspect behind this catastrophe is a cosmic impact from an ...

Newly Found Dino Had Chicken-Sized Young

A newly discovered dinosaur, Yulong mini, was appropriately named, as the remains of its chicken-sized offspring are now among the smallest dinosaurs ever found. These non-flying dinosaurs resembled modern birds, ...

Research at Mines Unearths New Dinosaur Species

Research by Clint Boyd, Ph.D., provides the first definitive evidence that plant-eating baby ornithopod dinosaurs were a food of choice for the crocodyliform, a crocodile family member, First fossil evidence ...

The First New Dinosaur Discovery in Madagascar for a Decade

The fossils were found in Upper Cretaceous strata and have been dated to the Cenomanian faunal stage, approximately 90 million years ago. This new Theropod has been named Dahalokely tokana (pronounced Dah-hah-loo-kah-nah), ...

Early Dinosaur Embryos Found in China

A site in China contains 190-million-year old organic remains from non-avian dinosaurs and dinosaur embryos, and some of the world’s oldest known eggshells, The bones showed very rapid growth, doubling ...

Fish-Eating Dino Hunted Like a House Cat

A 120-million-year-old dinosaur has been found with a stomach full of fish, Its teeth were perfectly designed for killing and eating fish, Each fish meal would have been like a ...

Heavier Dino Arms Led Evolution to Birds

Many dinosaurs, like T. rex, had scrawny arms, but paleontologists have discovered that as dinosaurs gradually evolved bigger arms, they began to stand and move more like birds. Posture varies ...

Dinosaur Lineage Traced to Africa

“Nyasasaurus is either the oldest known dinosaur or the closest known relative of dinosaurs, The cause of the great die-off remains a mystery, with intense volcanic activity, a meteorite strike ...

Mammoth Skeleton Unearthed in Mexico City

An ancient mammoth skeleton, estimated to be more than 10,000 years old, is displayed after being discovered in Mexico City.  Excavators think the mammal weighed 10 tonnes and stood at three ...

Tiny Baby Dinosaur Discovered in China

Skeleton of a baby dinosaur representing a new species of coelurosaur, a group of theropods that includes ancient beasts like T. rex. Named Aorun zhaoi after a character in the Chinese epic tale ...

New Dinosaur is a Primitive Bird

(CNN) – A dinosaur from the Middle-Late Jurassic period, found in China, called Aurornis xui. “Aurora” is Latin for “daybreak” or “dawn.” Ornis is Greek for “bird.” The dinosaur lived about 150 ...

A Real Bonehead: Dome-Skulled Dino Discovered

A newly discovered dome-headed, dog-size dinosaur suggests that small dinos were more diverse than paleontologists have realized. The dinosaur, discovered in Alberta, Canada, is named Acrotholus audeti; Acrotholus means “high dome, Recently ...

Dinosaurs ‘Crawled Like Toddlers’

Palaeontologists from Beijing, Bristol and Bonn discovered the differences in limb growth through a combination of biomechanical analysis and bone histology.  known as the ‘parrot dinosaur’ – experienced a massive ...

T. Rex was Ferocious Predator, Not Scavenger

Although T. rex has been portrayed as the deadliest dino predator, the case for predation wasn’t airtight, some paleontologists proposed that T. rex was a scavenger, feasting on already dead animals but not killing ...

Dino with Huge Nose and Horns Unearthed in Utah

The dinosaur, Nasuceratops titusi, aka “Big Nosed Horned Faced,” measured about 15 feet long and weighed about 2.75 tons was unearthed for the first time in the remote badlands of southern Utah, ...

Huge Dinosaur Tail Discovered in Mexico

The well-preserved tail measures about 16 feet (5 meters) long, contains 50 vertebrate. Buried within sedimentary rock in the desert region of Coahulia, this is the first intact dinosaur tail ...

Baby Dinosaur Found in the Catskills

Baby dinosaur hatching from a bowling ball-size egg, discovered in New York’s Catskill Mountains. a essential query facing scientists is whether the egg belongs to a big female that lives ...

New Raptor Dinosaur Discovered

The raptor was one of several discovered at or near Doelling’s Bowl Bone Bed, about 230 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, The new raptor is considered to be an ...

Suburban Dinosaur Discovered Outside Melbourne

These types of meat-eating dinosaurs in Australia signify globe-trotting groups which passed on out across the world before the continents began to separate. The ceratosaur was a somewhat small, meat-eating ...

‘Martharaptor,’ a New Dinosaur, Discovered in Utah

Scientists newly uncovered a unique theropod dinosaur, Martharaptor greenriverensis. Which was excavated the specimen specifically from the Hayden-Corbett Quarry, which is at the top of approximately 20 centimeters of thick ...

New Species of Mini-dinosaur Discovered

University of Chicago palaeontologist, has revealed a new species of “dwarf herbivore” dinosaur: the Pegomastax africanus,  from around 200 million years ago, was dug up in a red rock slab ...

New “Sauron” Dinosaur Found, Big as T. Rex

The creature measured up to 40 feet (12 meters) in length. Sauroniops pachytholus, was identified from a single fossil discovered in southeastern Morocco in 2007, which is 40 foot predator ...

Earliest Known Dinosaur Discovered

Scientists have discovered a unknown fossil sample which has been in the museum’s collection for decades, that lived about 245 million years ago – 10 to 15 million years earlier ...

New Croc-like Dinosaur Discovered in Hungary

Pannoniasaurus inexpectatus, .  discovered the fossil remains of a new species of ‘mososaur’, the first of its kind to have lived in fresh-water .A  croc-like dinosaur would probably have roamed ...

Baby Dinosaur Found in the Catskills

Baby dinosaur hatching from a bowling ball-size egg, found in New York’s Catskill Mountains. a key question facing scientists is whether the egg belongs to a big female that lives ...

New Raptor Dinosaur Discovered

The raptor was among several discovered at or near Doelling’s Bowl Bone Bed, about 230 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, The new raptor is believed to be an ancestral ...

Suburban Dinosaur Discovered Outside Melbourne

These meat-eating dinosaurs in Australia represent globe-trotting groups which spread out across the world before the continents began to separate. The ceratosaur was a relatively small, meat-eating dinosaur which grew ...

‘Martharaptor,’ a New Dinosaur Discovered in Utah

Scientists recently discovered a new theropod dinosaur, Martharaptor greenriverensis. Which was excavated the specimen specifically from the Hayden-Corbett Quarry, which is at the top of approximately 20 centimeters of thick sandstone. ...

New Species of Mini Dinosaur Discovered

University of Chicago palaeontologist, has identified a new species of “dwarf herbivore” dinosaur: the Pegomastax africanus,  from around 200 million years ago, was dug up in a red rock slab ...

New “Sauron” Dinosaur Found, Big as T. Rex

Comparisons of the skull fossil with those of related species suggest the creature measured up to 40 feet (12 meters) in length. Sauroniops pachytholus, was identified from a single fossil ...

Earliest Known Dinosaur Discovered

Researchers have found a mysterious fossil specimen that has been in the museum’s collection for decades, that lived about 245 million years ago – 10 to 15 million years earlier than ...

New Croc-like Dinosaur Discovered in Hungary

Pannoniasaurus inexpectatus  -  uncovered the fossil remains of a new species of ‘mososaur’, the first of its kind to have lived in fresh-water .A  croc-like dinosaur would have roamed the ...

Muttaburrasaurus: The Dinki-di Dinosaur

Muttaburrasaurus: the dinki-di dinosaur Paul Willis, Technical Adviser to Dinosaurs at Large With a name like Muttaburrasaurus, this has to be an Australian dinosaur! Of all the wonderful names of ...

Meet a Paleontologist

MEET A PALAEONTOLOGIST Paul M.A. Willis Technical Adviser to Dinosaurs At Large The classic image of a scientist is a man, usually old enough to have grey hair (which is ...

About the Fossil Club

ABOUT THE FOSSIL CLUB   Every school has its ‘fossil nut’, that student who is mad about dinosaurs and fossils. These students can be infuriating! Most teachers would love to ...

Finding Dinosaurs

Finding Dinosaurs Paul M.A. Willis Technical Adviser to Dinosaurs At Large   Many people have the strange notion that palaeontologists are clever people with X-ray vision. Somehow, either by cunning ...

Dinosaurs at School

DINOSAURS AT SCHOOL Eric W. Cope Managing Director of Dinosaurs at Large I have always been fascinated by material and resources available to schools for children to learn about the ...

Brontosaurus Name Change

Have you heard that Brontosaurus no longer exists? How did this, one of the most famous dinosaur names, suddenly become Apatosaurus? Who is responsible? The seeds of this whole dilemma ...

Blogs At Large

The Great Fish-Kill

A chance discovery by a roadworker in 1956 has led, 37 years later, to one of the world’s great fossil discoveries in central New South Wales. The fossil site was ...

Muttaburrasaurus: The Dinki-di Dinosaur

With a name like Muttaburrasaurus, this has to be an Australian dinosaur! Of all the wonderful names of Australian country towns, it seems most fitting that one of Australia’s dinosaurs ...

Meet a Palaeontologist

The classic image of a scientist is a man, usually old enough to have grey hair (which is never combed) wearing a white lab coat and completely incompetent at anything ...

About the Fossil Club

Every school has its ‘fossil nut’, that student who is mad about dinosaurs and fossils. These students can be infuriating! Most teachers would love to be able to encourage such ...

Dinosaurs at School

I have always been fascinated by material and resources available to schools for children to learn about the environment and the world around them. For many years I have travelled ...

Brontosaurs Name Change

Have you heard that Brontosaurus no longer exists? How did this, one of the most famous dinosaur names, suddenly become Apatosaurus? Who is responsible? The seeds of this whole dilemma ...

Testimonials

The Tyrannosaurus Rex was a great addition to the playground and created jots of interest from everyone.  

Horsham Primary School, VIC

Very enthusiastic  thoroughly enjoyed it and were keen to participate in follow-up discussions and activities. The presenter was excellent. She was humorous and easy to listen to. She was a pleasure to listen to.  

St. Michael’s School, VIC

Excellent. The performance was very well received. Much enthusiasm and interest was created. It was very informative and entertaining.  

Hume Primary School, NSW

All students enjoyed the show. They were quick to respond when questioned about the content of the show. Infants were rather excited when they came back to the classroom. The show certainly tapped the great interest children already have in dinosaurs.

St. Mary’s School, VIC

Students were interested, attentive and stimulated by the talks, posters and exhibits. Content both reinforced, reviewed as well as introduced new and interesting information.  

St. Albans Heights Primary School, VIC

The fact that the children can touch the replicas and realize the enormity is the main educational goal.  

Heany Park Primary School, VIC

Fantastic. They were really impressed with the size of the T-rex and listened intently while the presenter was talking.

Donald Primary School, VIC

It was a wonderful performance. The children were interested. The lecturer did a great job. Much follow-up work will be developed from the presentation.  

Kaniva Consolidated School, VIC

Excellent responses - enthusiastic at all levels. The presenter held the student's interest very capably. She had a very pleasant approach and a captivating presentation style. We were most impressed!  

Lake Bolac Primary School, VIC

Children thoroughly enjoyed the show. The display and 'hands on' really got them going! It was great that you could feel them. Congratulations on an excellent programme.  

St. Augustine’s Primary School, VIC

Enthralled, amazed by model - intrigued by fossils and bones. Really brought dinosaurs alive for the children.

Korumburra Primary School, VIC

All students thoroughly enjoyed the talk. Extremely worthwhile activity. Entertaining slant was maintained throughout. Presenter established great rapport with students.

Taroom State School, QLD

Students really enjoyed the session and were highly motivated by the performance. Excellent programme - excellent materials - excellent instructor. Excitement. Large dinosaur was fantastic. Handling of fossils was good. Very interested. Obviously enjoyed it.

Corio South Primary School, VIC

I felt the demonstration was excellent, the children also found it extremely interesting.

Bribbaree Public School, NSW

An excellent show most children said that the big model was great because they could imagine how big dinosaurs really were.

Atherton Primary School, QLD

Children enjoyed it and got very involved in the performance. Children were excited all day and really looked forward to the performance. Good presentation. Speaker related to children extremely well. The children got a lot out of it.

Freshwater Primary School, QLD

Resources great, good mixture of visual & hands on. Children enjoyed being involved too. Interesting & informative presentation. Great! The students were all interested and willing to participate in discussions.

Ayr East Primary School, QLD

They loved it -very enthusiastic. A most informative & enjoyable session. Thank you!  

St. Mat-in’s Primary School, NSW

The students were fully involved. I was thoroughly entertained. Thank you.  

St Joseph’s School, VIC

Feedback that I have had from this day has been very positive. Younger children especially enjoyed the 'hands on' part of the lesson.  

McDonald Park Primary School, SA

Excellent, very positive. A very good programme. To be able to maintain the interest and attention of all children, Preps to Grade 6. Demonstrates its effectiveness.

Swan Hill North Primary School, VIC

Children were impressed with physical (fossil) items which they could see.

Wedge Park Primary School, VIC

A high quality and extremely relevant performance in every respect. Well done.

Woodville Primary School, VIC

Very positive - they loved it. An excellent incursion - one of the best!

Nar Nar Goon Primary School, VIC

The children were very enthusiastic - they enjoyed the talk and the exhibits. Thanks, this was one of the best performances for children I have ever seen. The lecturer did not speak down to the children but gave the children examples of size, etc. that they could easily relate to.

St. Bernard’s Primary School, NSW

The children were very eager to participate and were very attentive. A very well conducted, valuable and informative session. Thank you and congratulations on a job well done. All students enjoyed the performance and learnt a lot from it.

Dianella Heights Primary School, WA

The children enjoyed the larger fossils  skulls and being involved in sizing of dinosaurs. Excellent very interested in all your lecturer had to say and show. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Children were most impressed with the fossilised 'poo'.

Wanneroo Junior Primary School, WA

The children were absorbed and interested throughout the performance. Their responses indicated their involvement, and a willingness to share what they knew while gaining new insights into the past. Dinosaurs At Large has been highly rated by the school, and will remain a focal point in the children's experiences.

Montagu Bay Primary & Infant School, TAS

Students were enthralled. The lecturer presenting the Tasmanian tour was excellent and should be commended. She controlled the children well and kept the talks interesting.

South Hobart Primary & Infant School, TAS

Very enthusiastic. Many were challenged to want to find out more. Every teacher involved thought it was a very worthwhile experience, and very well presented.  

Newtown Primary School, QLD

Great show, very much enjoyed by all students.

Barraba Central Primary, NSW

The children enjoyed it very much. The performance led to a great deal of discussion and sharing of ideas and information. Child participation added to the sense of fun. Thoroughly enjoyable.

Woonona East Public School, NSW

Thoroughly enjoyed it, very enthusiastic wanting to discuss what they had heard. I felt the performance was EXCELLENT, every child listened attentively and gained more knowledge about Dinosaurs. The humour was certainly appreciated! WELL DONE. Excellent! Students enjoyed the 'teacher', his jokes and his knowledge.

Sans Souci Primary School, NSW

The child responded positively to the lecture given. They were enthusiastic and motivated. A worthwhile package. Teacher's resource material was very useful. Children were enthralled in gigantic T-rex and enjoyed lecture.

St. Joseph’s Primary School, ACT

Enjoyed it thoroughly - sometimes VERY excited. Can I be that guy's agent? (10% of course!)

Marayong Public School, NSW

The children (and teachers) loved the performance. Their interest and curiosity drifted back to the classroom for days. Very motivated, interested. Wonderful all round. Very impressed. Excited, much talking and discussion.

Casula Public School, NSW

Students were highly motivated and thoroughly enjoyed the performance. Haven't stopped talking about it!! This programme was excellent and we highly recommend it to other schools. Utterly enthralled. An excellent performance.

Wakehurst Public School, NSW

A very worthwhile educational experience for the children and would certainly recommend this performance to other schools. All the children enjoyed the show. The blown up dinosaur was great. The children were given a positive impression of the true size of dinosaurs.

Seaforth Public School, NSW

Good. They found it quite interesting and informative. Children found it stimulating and attention grabbing.  

Faulconbridge Public School, NSW

I found the presentation very informative and pupils were captivated by the exhibits and the lecturer's unique manner. Teaching notes and stencils were also very good.

Penrith South Primary School, NSW

From classes K to 6 they enjoyed it very much.

St. Pius X Primary School, NSW

Fabulous! The kids were enthused and amazed. Thanks for an interesting and educational performance. Very interesting. Fossils were great. Great information on all dinosaurs.

Kempsey East Public School, NSW

Positive - loved the poo! Excited and enthused. Enthused to go and do a dig.

Neutral Bay Public School, NSW

They were intrigued by the information and artifacts - it was great. A very well balanced presentation.

Rathmines Public School, NSW

Very interested in the performance. Keen to be involved. Interested in all displays. Very attentive and interested, enthusiastic responses throughout. Excellent - enjoyed by students and teachers. Thanks, I think the word the children used is 'fascinating'.  

Moree Primary School, NSW

A programme of such high quality is very encouraging and appreciated by teachers and students alike. All teachers were most impressed with the presenter and the interest she generated in both age groups. The children themselves were bubbling with information and were thrilled with the giant dinosaur which enjoyed a lively morning under our gum trees.

St. Edward the Confessor, QLD

The children really enjoyed all aspects of the performance. All the teachers were very impressed with the quality of the lecturer, the performance and the materials.

Queen of Apostles School, QLD

Very interested and they enjoyed the 'hands on' experience with fossils. Informative and interesting programme.

Lawrence Public School, NSW

Children were interested and entertained. Many remained behind in their lunch hour to ask further questions or to view the display.

Woy Woy South Primary School, NSW

Very enthusiastic and interested in content. We all enjoyed the presentation very much. T-rex in the playground was a big hit! Thank you.

St. Joseph’s Community School, NSW

I was most imptessed with the quality and content of this presentation.  

Tuggerah Public School, NSW

Very good to excellent. Very interested. Everyone loved the giant model.

Pelican Flat Public School, NSW

The students thoroughly enjoyed the performance and class discussions; storywriting demonstrated this. Thank you for the visit! Your giant dinosaur model was an object of much awe and excitement in the whole community, as well as the school.

Narrabri West Public School, NSW

They were very enthusiastic and listened attentively. The blow up dinosaur was a big hit.

St. Thomas Moore School, QLD

They were totally enthused and responsive throughout the entire performance. Fabulous morning. Very much appreciated. Very positive. Most students enjoyed it very much. Many made the comment "It was money well spent". Blow-up dinosaur actual size was of great relevance.

Camira State School, QLD

Hardly stopped saying tell those who couldn't dinosaurs! WOW! The ones who saw the show in Kinder had heaps to make it. Some were disappointed they didn't see real live.

St. Joseph’s Convent, NSW

They thought the fossils were good and the skeletons great but T-rex was just fantastic.  

Doveton Heights Primary School, VIC

The "life sized" model was terrific. All the children enjoyed looking at it, talking about it, etc. Very good - loved the big model. Students responded well due to their obvious interest in dinosaurs. The support material which allowed for comparisons was really good and brought home to the children the size of the dinosaurs.

Warrnambool Primary School, VIC

The students were very interested in the subject matter. The material forwarded to the school prior to visit was valuable.

Lalor West Primary School, VIC

Extreme interest, enjoyed the programme - liked to hold the bones, etc. A great experience for all children who have gone through the phase of 'dinosaur madness'.  

Cammeray Public School, NSW

A very good presentation. We were thrilled with the exhibition. Well done!  

Holy Family Primary School, NSW

The Tyrannosaurus rex was a great addition to the playground and created lots of interest from everyone.

Horsham Primary School, VIC

Excellent. The performance was very well received. Much enthusiasm and interest was created. It was very informative and entertaining.

Hume Primary School, NSW

All students enjoyed the show. They were quick to respond when questioned about the content of the show. Infants were rather excited when they came back to the classroom. The show certainly tapped the great interest children already have in dinosaurs.

St. Mary’s School, VIC

Children's response was excellent - huge interest level. Children and I really enjoyed this experience. We shall do lots of follow-up work. All enthralled. Was worth every cent.  

Avondale Primary School, VIC

Students were enthralled. The lecturer presenting the Tasmanian tour was excellent and should be commended. She controlled the children well and kept the talks interesting.  

South Hobart Primary & lnfant School, TAS

Very switched on and listened with interest. Question time at end a good idea. Maintains focus throughout.  

Stanthorpe Primary School, QLD

Very enthusiastic. Many were challenged to want to find out more. Every teacher involved thought it was a very worthwhile experience, and very well presented.

Newtown Primary School, QLD

The children enjoyed it very much. The performance led to a great deal of discussion and sharing of ideas and information. Child participation added to the sense of fun. Thoroughly enjoyable.

Woonona East Public School, NSW

Thoroughly enjoyed it, very enthusiastic wanting to discuss what they had heard. I felt the performance was EXCELLENT, every child listened attentively and gained more knowledge about Dinosaurs. The humour was certainly appreciated! WELL DONE. Excellent! Students enjoyed the 'teacher', his jokes and his knowledge.

Sans Souci Primary School, NSW

The children responded positively to the lectures given. They were enthusiastic and motivated. A worthwhile package. Teacher's resource material was very useful. Children were enthralled in gigantic T-rex and enjoyed lecture.

St. Joseph’s Primary School, ACT

Students were highly motivated and thoroughly enjoyed the performance. Haven't stopped talking about it!! This programme was excellent and we highly recommend it to other schools. Utterly enthralled. An excellent performance.

Wakehurst Public School, NSW

All the children enjoyed the show. The blown up dinosaur was great. The children were given a positive impression of the true size of dinosaurs.

Seaforth Public School, NSW

Good. They found it quite interesting and informative. Children found it stimulating and attention grabbing.  

Faulconbridge Public School, NSW

I found the presentation very informative and pupils were captivated by the exhibits and the lecturer's unique manner. Teaching notes and stencils were also very good.

Penrith South Primary School, NSW

From classes K to 6 they enjoyed it very much.

St. Pius X Primary School, NSW

Positive - loved the poo! Excited and enthused. Enthused to go and do a dig.

Neutral Bay Public School, NSW

They were intrigued by the information and artifacts - it was great. A very well balanced presentation.

Rathmines Public School, NSW

Very interested in the performance. Keen to be involved. Interested in all displays. Very attentive and interested, enthusiastic responses throughout. Excellent - enjoyed by students and teachers. Thanks, I think the word the children used is 'fascinating'.

Moree Primary School, NSW

A programme of such high quality is very encouraging and appreciated by teachers and students alike. All teachers were most impressed with the presenter and the interest she generated in both age groups. The children themselves were bubbling with information and were thrilled with the giant dinosaur which enjoyed a lively morning under our gum trees.

St. Edward the Confessor, QLD

The children really enjoyed all aspects of the performance. All the teachers were very impressed with the quality of the lecturer, the performance and the materials.

Queen of Apostles School, QLD

Very interested and they enjoyed the 'hands on' experience with fossils. Informative and interesting programme.

Lawrence Public School, NSW

Children were interested and entertained. Many remained behind in their lunch hour to ask further questions or to view the display.

Woy Woy South Primary School, NSW

Very enthusiastic and interested in content. We all enjoyed the presentation very much. T-rex in the playground was a big hit! Thank you.  

St. Joseph’s Community School, NSW

I was most impressed with the quality and content of this presentation.

Tuggerah Public School, NSW

Very good to excellent. Very interested. Everyone loved the giant model.

Pelican Flat Public School, NSW

The students thoroughly enjoyed the performance and class discussions, storywriting demonstrated this. Thank you for the visit! Your giant dinosaur model was an object of much awe and excitement in the whole community, as well as the school.

Narrabri West Public School, NSW

They took a very active part from start to end. The children were very excited and interested in the whole performance. Great! One of the most educational and fascinating demonstrations I've seen for a while. The children loved being "eaten" by the big dinosaur. Loved it!! They're dinosaur mad!  

St. Patrick’s School, NSW

They were very enthusiastic and listened attentively. The blow up dinosaur was a big hit.  

St. Thomas Moore School, QLD

Hardly stopped saying WOW! The ones who saw the show in Kinder had heaps to tell those who couldn't make it. Some were disappointed they didn't see real live dinosaurs!  

St. Joseph’s Convent, NSW

Very switched on and listened with interest.  Question time at end a good idea.  Maintains focus throughout.  

Stanthorpe Primary School, QLD

Very enthusiastic.  Many were challenged to want to find out more. Every teacher involved thought it was a very worthwhile experience, and very well presented.  

Newtown Primary School, QLD

Students were enthralled. The lecturer presenting the Tasmanian tour was excellent and should be commended. She controlled the children well and kept the talks interesting.

South Hobart Primary & Infant School, TAS

Very positive - they loved it. An excellent incursion - one of the best!

Nar Nar Goon Primary School, VIC

The children were very enthusiastic - they enjoyed the talk and the exhibits. Thanks, this was one of the best performances for children I have ever seen.  The lecturer did not speak down to the children but gave the children examples of size etc. that they could easily relate to.

St Bernard’s Primary School, NSW

The children were very eager to participate and were very attentive. A very well conducted, valuable and informative session.  Thank you and congratulations on a job well done. All students enjoyed the performance and learnt a lot from it.

Dianella Heights Primary School, WA

Both students and staff responded very positively.  They displayed obvious interest in what was being presented. Well worthwhile.  Students and staff were most impressed with the professional approach of the presenter.

Samson Primary School, WA

Feedback that I have had from this day has been very positive.  Younger children especially enjoyed the 'hands on' part of the lesson.

McDonald Park Primary School, SA

Excellent, very positive. A very good programme.  To be able to maintain the interest and attention of all children, Preps to Grade 6, demonstrates its effectiveness.  

Swan Hill North Primary School, VIC

Children were impressed with physical (fossil) items which they could see.

Wedge Park Primary School, VIC

A high quality and extremely relevant performance in every respect.  Well done.  

Woodville Primary School, VIC

I felt the demonstration was excellent, the children also found it extremely interesting.

Bribbaree Public School, NSW

Resources great, good mixture of visual & hands on. Children enjoyed being involved too. Interesting & informative presentation. Great! The students were all interested and willing to participate in discussions.  

Ayr East Primary School, QLD

They loved it - very enthusiastic. A most informative & enjoyable session.  Thank you!  

St. Martin’s Primary School, NSW

The students were fully involved.  I was thoroughly entertained.  Thank you.  

St. Joseph’s School, VIC

Positive and interested in the fossils - enjoyed feeling and touching the fossils. The blow-up dinosaur was a HUGE attraction.

Seymour Primary School, VIC

All students thoroughly enjoyed the talk. Extremely worthwhile activity. Entertaining slant was maintained throughout. Presenter established great rapport with students.

Taroom State School, QLD

Students really enjoyed the session and were highly motivated by the performance. Excellent programme - excellent materials - excellent instructor. Excitement. Large dinosaur was fantastic. Handling of fossils was good. Very interested. Obviously enjoyed it.

Corio South Primary School, VIC

Students were interested, attentive and stimulated by the talks, posters and exhibits. Content both reinforced/reviewed as well as introduced new and interesting information.

St. Albans Heights Primary School, VIC

The fact that the children can touch the replicas and realise the enormity is the main educational goal.  

Heany Park Primary School, VIC

Fantastic. They were really impressed with the size of the T-rex and listened intently while the presenter was talking.

Donald Primary School, VIC

It was a wonderful performance. The children were interested. The lecturer did a great job. Much follow-up work will be developed from the presentation.  

Kaniva Consolidated School, VIC

Excellent responses - enthusiastic at all levels. The presenter held the student's interest very capably. She had a very pleasant approach and a captivating presentation style. We were most impressed!  

Lake Bolac Primary School, VIC

The Tyrannosaurus rex was a great addition to the playground and created lots of interest from everyone.  

Horsham Primary School, VIC

Excellent. The performance was very well received. Much enthusiasm and interest was created. It was very informative and entertaining.

Hume Primary School, NSW

All students enjoyed the show. They were quick to respond when questioned about the content of the show. Infants were rather excited when they came back to the classroom. The show certainly tapped the great interest children already have in dinosaurs.

St. Mary’s School, VIC

The students were very interested in the discussion and fossils. Very impresssed with "Tyrannosaurus rex".

Toorak Primary School, VIC

They thought the fossils were good and the skeletons great but T-rex was just fantastic.

Doveton Heights Primary School, VIC

The students were very interested in the subject matter. The material forwarded to the school prior to visit was valuable.

Lalor West Primary School, VIC

Extreme interest, enjoyed the programme - liked to hold the bones etc. A great experience for all children who have gone through the phase of 'dinosaur madness'.

Cammeray Public School, NSW

A very good presentation. We were thrilled with the exhibition. Well done!  

Holy Family Primary School, NSW

Very positive! Hope to see you again in a couple of years.

Cowra Public School, NSW

They were very enthusiastic and listened attentively. The blow up dinosaur was a big hit.

St. Thomas Moore School, QLD

Hardly stopped saying WOW! The ones who saw the show in Kinder had heaps to tell those who couldn't make it. Some were disappointed they didn't see real live dinosaurs!

St. Joseph’s Convent, NSW

Children were interested and entertained.  Many remained behind in their lunch hour to ask further questions or to view the display.  

Woy Woy South Primary School, NSW

Model created a great deal of interest  not only children but also townsfolk.  

Denman Public School, NSW

Very enthusiastic and interested in content. We all enjoyed the presentation very much.  T-rex in the playground was a big hit!  Thank you.  

St. Joseph’s Community School, NSW

I was most impressed with the quality and content of this presentation.

Tuggerah Public School, NSW

They were interested and enjoyed the performance. Well presented. Performance involved all children and maintained their interest throughout the entire performance.

Wyong Christian Community School, NSW

Very good to excellent. Very interested. Everyone loved the giant model.

Pelican Flat Public School, NSW

The students thoroughly enjoyed the performance and class discussions/storywriting demonstrated this. Thank you for the visit!  Your giant dinosaur model was an object of much awe and excitement in the whole community, as well as the school.

Narrabri West Public School, NSW

They were intrigued by the information and artifacts - it was great. A very well balanced presentation.

Rathmines Public School, NSW

Very interested in the performance. Keen to be involved. Interested in all displays. Very attentive and interested, enthusiastic responses throughout. Excellent - enjoyed by students and teachers. Thanks, I think the word the children used is 'fascinating'.  

Moree Primary School, NSW

The children really enjoyed all aspects of the performance. All the teachers were very impressed with the quality of the lecturer, the performance and the materials.

Queen of Apostles School, QLD

Very interested and they enjoyed the 'hands on' experience with fossils. Informative and interesting programme.

Lawrence Public School, NSW

All students from K-6 were interested throughout the programme. General comment from the Children was that it was 'COOL'.

Dorrigo Public School, NSW

From classes K to 6 they enjoyed it very much.

St. Pius X Primary School, NSW

Positive - loved the poo! Excited and enthused. Enthused to go and do a dig.  

Neutral Bay Public School, NSW

A very worthwhile educational experience for the children and would certainly recommend this performance to other schools. All the children enjoyed the show. The blown up dinosaur was great. The children were given a positive impression of the true size of dinosaurs.

Seaforth Public School, NSW

Good. They found it quite interesting and informative. Children found it stimulating and attention grabbing.

Faulconbridge Public School, NSW

I found the presentation very informative and pupils were captivated by the exhibits and the lecturer's unique manner. Teaching notes and stencils were also very good.

Penrith South Primary School, NSW

Enjoyed it thoroughly - sometimes VERY excited. Can I be that guy's agent? (10% of course!)

Marayong Public School, NSW

Students were highly motivated and thoroughly enjoyed the performance. Haven't stopped talking about it!! This programme was excellent and we highly recommend it to other schools. Utterly enthralled. An excellent performance.

Wakehurst Public School, NSW

The children enjoyed it very much. The performance led to a great deal of discussion and sharing of ideas and information. Child participation added to the sense of fun. Thoroughly enjoyable.

Woonona East Public School, NSW

The children responded positively to the lectures given. They were enthusiastic and motivated. A worthwhile package. Teacher's resource material was very useful. Children were enthralled in gigantic T-rex and enjoyed lecture.

St. Joseph’s Primary School, ACT

The children thought the performance was excellent. When asked what part they liked best, the unanimous response was, "All of it".

Riverstone Primary School, NSW

Very enthusiastic - all children were fascinated.

Southern Cross Primary School, ACT

 Presenter developed an excellent rapport with the audience.

Loftus Primary School, NSW

A very worthwhile performance.  

Taree West Public School, NSW